Wales seems to be a great place to go surfing. At least in the South - we had we had waves every day. Locals are friendly and with a little effort of searching around you can nice lonly waves - povided you don't end up close to Swansea. 

Reij chasing the sheep

Lonely Bay at Spaniard Rocks, Gower (strong current!!)



Cove at Tenby

Easter undy morning

Whitesand Bay morning session (our favoured spot in Wales)

Whitesand Bay 

evening session

Cathedral View Hotel at St. David's


In the North of Wales (that is on the Lleyn Peninsula) we didn't have any luck with waves - they were just good enough for body surfing (that's good fun too). As we were getting bored, we became aware of a little river right next to the parking place. So we decided to go river sufing for a change (by the way, the water is not durty - it's just a little bit .....brown)


Getting ready for surfing the wild famous creek going through 

Aberdaron, the last village of the Lleyn Peninsula

First we tried without a board

Well, that's better - watch the crowd going wild!

Yeahhh man!


... the End

We can especially recommend:

Whitsand Bay, Horton Beach (only works in a big Swell), the Gower Peninsula in general, Tenby as being a beautiful town (should be great for windsurfing), Manorbier, Freshwater (we didn't surf there because the sea looked out of control, but it should be a nice place for camping)